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year, i told you guys about mars one, the not-for-profit organization planning on putting the first civilization on mars. i have an update for you. as of today, they are taking applicants for the astronauts who will take this one-way trip to mars and be the first settlers on mars. what you have to do is go online, up load a one minute video about why you would be the perfect person to be one of the first settlers on mars and to make sure people are serious, you have to pay a $25 entry fee. they are going to narrow it down to 24 individuals separated into teams of four to start the rigorous training process. the plan is to have them on mars by 2023. they hope to have a worldwide television internet phenomenon. a reality show, if you will, from the moment they take off until they land on mars. this is going to be a $6 billion project. people want to say it's a one way ticket. it's not about getting there and back. once you have akelcclimatkelecc mars, you cannot come back. >> you become a martian. >>> going to see a sea turtle up close would be an amazing experience. that's what happe
it away from us. >> reporter: the bombings at boston mar heavily influenced the london marathon for runners and organizers. they observed a moment of silence, remembering fellow runners brought down during what should have been a day of personal accomplishment. >> how can you not run for the people of boston and think about that. so motivational and inspirational. >> reporter: huge crowds lined the 26.2 mile race, while organizers brought in hundreds of additional officers to provide security. it's been fine. >> reporter: for every runner to cross the finish line, organizers are donating two british pounds to onefundboston. it is expected to come to $100,000. prince harry greeted runners, adding to the excitement for a group of finishers. a royal touch to a race celebrating runners and americans. >> she dedicated her win to the people killed in the boston attacks and those to who are still suffering. ktvu channel 2 news. >> some legislators in sacramento are working on a plan to use savings from the upcoming health mandate to help those that can't afford health care. some califo
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